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What music can be done with 1-bit transducer ;)

What music can be done with 1-bit transducer ;)

Postby yerzmyey » Mon Dec 02, 2013 1:07 pm

Well, just for Your information - a curiosity.
Some people have no 4-bit sound-chip like ym2149. ;)
They use 1-bit quality/resolution chip. ;)
http://z80.i-demo.pl/MISTER_BEEP-Greetings_to_C64.mp3
http://z80.i-demo.pl/MISTER_BEEP-Neutrinos_raid.mp3

And there are also trackers for it! :)

Here is the "1-bit / BEEPER Music Forum" if You'd be interested:
http://1bit.i-demo.pl/
I recommend.
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Re: What music can be done with 1-bit transducer ;)

Postby NCGM » Tue Dec 03, 2013 11:43 pm

I have to say that sounds incredible! I was completely mesmerised by FAR less on my ZX Spectrum back in 1985, with say the tune from Gyroscope for example.

Thanks for sharing those with us! :)
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Re: What music can be done with 1-bit transducer ;)

Postby yerzmyey » Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:43 am

Hehe. :)
By the way, we suppose that it would be possible to port those engines into Atari ST too (I think it has a separate 1-bit generator for the keyboard's "click" ;) ), but we don't have any ST coder to prove it. ;)
I'm glad You like the stuff, anyway. :) UK computers rule big time! :)
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